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THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1894
Mr. Knlua's "gift of the gab" has
uot grown rusty during tho long
rest from tho logislativo nrona. Ho
may bo counted upou for doiug 75
percent of tho Con volition's talking.
According to a London despatch
in New Zealand papers, Ambassador
Bayard has notified tho British Gov
ernment that tho United States de
sires to withdraw from the provi.
sions of tho Berlin Treaty, provid
ing Auioricau citizens' rights in
Samoa aro protocted. This would
uarrow tho diplomatic settlement of
Samoa's destiny to one between
Great Britain aud Germany.
Some Happenings at the Convention.
"Ttn a inall room luilt Ailed, s brown
lien- and there:
And Uncle gam's tr wero divided.
While (or unhlne hmitr. with consummate
Labelled clinlr were In one bunch pro
vided: And to (or the Jap., and the mlllng
Hill none (or llie tr from lite land of the
A halo o( whikrr n over the room .
Trade wind in freedom blew through
Ami natluntnll coats, fur the day, had n
ho old thai the moth would not chew
And the President read, In a voice weak
" I'lie Councils have tried to lt you und
We the Councils Iihtc drawn up n
text fot our ue.
r x 111 lighten your labors I'm eertnln;
I hoi hi great trul no man here will
llll with plaudit we riiiR down the curtain.-
Now all of this time. Uite ufe (rum ollu
tlou, Hole had, in hl pookct. our "New CotiMl
I'lca-o notu, at the end of the day, how a
Vor t'nclc Mm i hewing
With language of brow
In the hoe tlmt ilenr Sum would be Mat
tered. Tims all further huiite wan thalvrd for
the day. ....
for we mint curry favor with blue and
Hut we'll he then to-morrow, next daj
and the next:
And we'll try and unriddle the Cuuncil
nif n'i text.
May 30. 1-Ul. iiini.
Urand Military and Naval Turnout
to Honor America's Dead Hurooe.
Memorinl Day never had a more
distinguished celnbrntion in Hono
lulu, where it has always been ob
served by Geo. V. DoLong l'ost, G.
A. U., than that of yesterday. As
usual tho starting point of tho pro
cession was the Post headuuarlers
ou King street, marked by tho Post's
bauuor suspended lietween two
American lings over tho middle of
Company E of tho Provisional
Government's regular troops and
tho four companies of tho National
Guard volunteers marched to the
boat lauding to escort the L". S. S
Philadelphia's balialiou to the ren
dezvous. The homo troops won
under command of Major Geo. Mc
Leod anil were headed by the Gov
ernment baud. Lieutenant-Coin-maiider
Logan led tho Philadel
phia's contingent, which consisted
of tho Ungship's band, a company of
marines ,'lti rank and file, four com
panics of bluejackets each 112 rank
and tile and tho ambulance corps.
Counting otlicors anil file closers the
Philadelphia's battalion numbered
about lhO. With local troops of
about equal strength, tho whole
escort of tho veterans could not have
been loss than from !M) to ib men.
Thoro was a strong turnout of G. A.
R. men, the number being about SO.
Without any waiting or the slightest
confusion the procession started at
2:30 for Kuuanu cemetery in tho
1'latoon of police.
Drum Corp i, X. U. It
iumpKiiy K. followed bv the coniiiir of
the National liuurd.
Company of Murine.
blucjncket from U 8 Jj. Philadelphia
Geo. V. de Iong Pout, . A. It.
Carriage containing the orator of the da
and Invited gueiil.
In the carriages worn Admiral
Walker aud Minister Willis, Colon"!
Soper and stall", olllcers of tho Phila
delphia, Ministers Kiug and Smith,
anil voteraus physically incapacitat
ed from walkiug. P. 0. Jones was
ready as in former years, at tho ou
trance to his residence on Nutianu
avenue, witli a supply of ice-cold
temperance beverages for the march
era. At tho cemetery, whoro a cou
course estimated at several thou
sand was assembled, the following
program was rendered:
Duty of Tu-iluy"
rifi i;oiiiiiiaiiiicr, j,
"To-daj Ih the (ehtivul nl our llertil"
. . ..l'ost t'oiiiinaniler
Jlecoriitlon of Wrnvex
Olllcer of tlii'llus. Win Mi-l'utiillis
C'oiuruiltM, by thin fjorvien"
CI t u I 1 a 1 1 1 , It. .In) Ureetiii
Address. Coinrinle A s. Hurt wull
(toll call of the Dead
Adjutant. I.. I, l.a 1'iurre
"Balute tlio Denil". I'oiHinl Kn-ort
"AiuerlL-n'' Atnllenett unit lliiuil
lleiiedlctlon Hev 0. I'. Knu r-mi
S. McKoague, Post Commander
this year, was relieved on thin oe
casion by Mr. Wright.
Attoruey-Gonorol W. O Smith
delivorod an address over the graves
of Provisional Government soldiers,
which worn decorated by members
of tho National Guards, As usual
on .Memorial Day the graves of others
than soldiers wero decorated by rela
tives aud friends of tho departed.
Tho loving service was performed by
many people at tho Catholic and
Mnklkl cemeteries as well as at Nuu-ou.
Second Day. i
Tho Constitutional Convention
mot pursuant to adjournment at 10 '
' o'clock this morning. President
' Dole presided and tho proceedings
were opened with prayer by Dole-,
, gato (Hev.l J. Kauliaue. Tho roll '
can snowed mil two aosoniees
' Councillor Bolte and Delegate Win,
Councillor Brown moved that a
committee on credentials be ap
pointed, which having carried Messrs.
Brown, Suhr and A. S. Wilcox were
appointed. Tho commit too retired
and returning shortly reported that
all tho uolpuaten nroont had been
duly elected. The roll of the Con
volition is as follows:
S. B. Dole, President; l M. Hatch,
Minister of Foreign Affairs; .1. A.
King, Miuisister of the Interior; S.
M. Damon, Minister of Financo: W.
O. Smith, Attorney-General.
W. C. Wilder, Vico-President; H.
Wntorhouse, C. Bolto, J. Kmuicluth,
K. D. Tennoy, J. t Morgan, W. F.
Alien, Alox. Young, Cecil Brown, E.
Stihr, John Nott, J. P. Mendonca, J.
Kun, D. B.Smith.
Onit(A. G. M. Uobertson, C L
Carter, L. C. Abies, A. Feminities, J.
M. Vivas, A. K. Kuuuiakea.
Ifou-ail D. H. Hitchcock. F. S.
Lyman, D. II. Kahatilolio, J. Katt
liauo, W. Horner.
Mnui -.1. W. Kalua. II. P. Bald
win, J. K. losnpn, W. F. Poguo.
Aiiiin-A.S. Wilcox, G. X. Wil
eox. W. II. Rico.
W. Luther Wilcox acts as inter
preter to tho Convention.
Delegato Baldwiu moved that a
committee on expenses be appoint
(I, which being seconded a nil car
ried, the President appointed Messrs.
Baldwin, Hna and Abies.
Councillor Brown spoke of rules,
also of permanent officers.
Councillor Wilder thought the
members ouirlit to bo sworu in bo-
fore doiug any more business.
Minister Smith suggested that, if
deemed necessary, tho oath pre
scribed for election of delegates
might be administered.
Delegate Kalua strenuously and
at length argued against the neces
sity of taking tho oath. If there was
any member who had not taken the
until already he had no right to sit
Delegate losepa disagreed with
his associate from Maui. The oath
previously taken was for electors.
Members of Couventiou should
swear to faithfully perform their
Minister Smith submitted a form
of oath which ho moved should Ih
administered to all members of the
Delegato Hitchcock said he had
taken nu onth to oppose any form
of monarchy in these islands. The
prono(Hi nam inn not mini a uicui
...r .!..! nii.l If ttit-.t,.. iirii.mil lir.fl
not taken the same oath ho had, it l
was unfair to the speaker to have I
his conscience bound more than any ;
Councillor Browu contended Hint I
it was the practice to administer an
) until oi utieiiiy to tne memuers oi
. m iii . ii p i
every deliberative assembly iu the
The motion carried, the form of ,
nnth being as below. j
Delegate Kalua moved that n
commit 'co bo appointed to wail ou I
tho Chief Justice and ask him to
administer the oath to tlior-o who
wish to be sworn. (Laughter.) (
Carried, and Messrs. Kalua, Vivas I
and Pouue were appointed. They I
retired ami returned with Chief Jus
tice Judd. who administered tho
oath as follows:
"You and each of you do solemnly
swear, iu the pre.'euco of Almighty
God, that ou will support nutl bear
true allegiance to the Provisional
Government of tho Hawaiian Islands,
ami will oppose any attempt tore
establish monarchical government
in any form in tno Hawaiian lslnuils,
and will faithfully perform the
duties of members of this Constitu
Delegato Kalua uomiuated C. T.
Ifodgers for Secretary, who was
clouted I'.v acclamation.
Councillor lirown uomiuated W.
J. Sheldon for Sorgeaut-at-Arins.
Delegate Itico uomiuated D. Nahoo-
lewa; and Councillor Wntorhouse
uomiuated J. L. Carter.
Delegate Hubert son asked if N"a
hoolewa was elected would it not 1
interfere with his duties as a police j
Minister Smith considered the two ;
positions would be inconsistent.
Tho ballot resulted: Sheldon Hi, '
Carter 1 1, Nalioolowa Ii. President j
Dole declared Carter elected.
Delegate Kalua nominated W. II. '
Kalitiiiioku, formerly of Maui, for
Messenger and Janitor. ;
Delegute Vivas uomiuated Henry
Kahiimoku was elected, 28 to 5.
Minister Smith nominated lev. J. '
Wniamnti for Chaplain, who was !
elected by acclamation. '
Councillor iua uomiuated W.
Luther Wilcox for Interpreter, who
was elected by acclamation.
Minister Smith submitted the
question of employing a steuo- '
graphic reporter, so as to have a
complete record of what is said aud
done. The reporter's work need not '
interfere with that of the secretary.
, His notes need tiol be extended at
i present, but after the session should
i no printed The report would bo
an important historical document.
, He moved that the finance commit
tee bo authorized to employ a steno-
' Delegate C L Carter seconded
the motion, which carried
Tim Secretary read a communica
tion from a convent ion of the Ainer-
1 iean I'liion party, transmitting n
resolution of that body asking that
I Hon. L. A. Thurston be granted tho
freedom of the Door in tiie Couven
tiou. Also, a later communication
announcing tho concurrence of dis
trict cIiiIih iu the resolution.
Delegato Carter moved tho adop
tion of the resolution, speaking
warmly of Mr Thurston's former
services iu tho Legislature and oUo-whoro.
Councillor Brown agreed with
everything Mr. Carter hud said i
about Mr. Thurston's past services, j
oui at me same mini no uonevou
this resolution should not uass. Tho
members of this Convention had
been sworn to their duties aud had
upon them tho full burden of fram
ing a new constitution. If any com
mittee of this Couventiou desired to
consult with Mr. Thurston, it would
' bo a proper proceeding. I Jut if Mr.
Thurston was to be allowed to come
' iu and speak, what was to hinder
' tho admission of anybody else whose
' advico members might deem valua
Mr. Smith argued I hat it was not
to make Mr. Thurston a
He would hate no vote
but the Convention would have the
benefit of his experience and wis
dom. Iu tho Constitutional Con
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euouii im iimi , im j in i -.-. .i . "
Supreme Court were invited iu and
Delegate Uobertson "iipported the
resolution. Every ineiiiluT wished
all tho light that was available for
tho important business before lliein.
They could not well afford to dis
pouse with Mr. Thurston's assist
a nee, whoso experience as a member
of tho Executivo and tho Legisla
ture, as well as his experience at
Washington, would make his conn-
I sol invaluable. If thoro had been
I any doubt in tho American Union
party last week about tho'accopt
ntii.i rif tlit ruanliil inn. Air. Tliiir4
...w ... ... ivuviimm... .... - .......
Plioro were regular ways for getting
into this body. One who entered
mini, idtlwir iwiinn n n inntolinr nt tho
intn Hits linilr. Mnit ivlwi iitilrtriwl
must, nlilinr ixiimt n inntolinr nf iho i
Ktmoitlvonnd Advisorv Councils or '
1 i I ii t mi I
be sent hero bv tho ueoolo. Thev '
had objected to the election or n
policeman to a subordinate ollice,
and ho could not see why a man at
tho top ot tho ladder should be
Delegato Baldwin objected to the
resolution on the ground thnt it
would bo a daugerous precedent to
establish. Before the close of the
session there might bo half a dozen
non-members nominated for the
freedom of tho floor. It was a bail
precedent for future Legislatures iu
t Ids country. They had been sent
there charged with the responsibility
to their respective islands of mak
ing a new constitution. If ou re
turning homo they were hlamod for
something iu tho document that
ought not to be there, iu thoopiuioii
of their constituents, they might be
reproached with the charge that
they had been influenced by the
arguments of somebody who hud no
I business to bo there.
Councillor letiuey wn against the
I resolution. Tho only way outsiders
! could be heard, a ho viewed it, wn
to have them invited to speak be-
foro committee of tho whole.
) Vice-President Wilder was sorrv
tho resolution had been introduced.
I It looked as if they full themselves
inconiwU;iit for the nerrormnnco ut
Jlioir duties. Nobody would linn.
'?" "'"n lh''d to have Mr. ,
Thurston, a member of Convention
f,,n" himself, but if those who sent
resolution wore so ues.rotis oi
I nominated him for the vacancy iu
rini-iiiir iiiiii iiiirii i mil' hiiiiiiiii
tho Advisory Council. There wns
nobody there who hail a higher
opinion of Mr. Thurston's ability
thau he. When with him in Wash
ington he had observed his inter
course with Secretary Foster, and lie
never till then fully recogiued his
grcnt ability. Still "he objected lo
this fifth wheel to tho coach.
Delegate Kobertson moved the
ayes and noes be taken.
Delegato Carter claimed tint privi
lege of closing the debate. The
arguments of gentlemen on the other
side were inconsistent with each
other. The policeman was rejected
, for want of votes. Ho referred to a
i list of eminent persons who had tint
' freedom of tho Hour of (he United
j Minister Damon cited the Act
; constituting the Convention to show
i thnt tho proposition had no legal
1 Tho ayes and noes were thou call
led, resulting in tho lost, of the mo
tion, only Carter, Robertson ami W.
(). Smith voting for it.
The President appointed, as a
committee ou rules, Messrs. Brown,
W. O. Smith. Kniihaiie, G.N. Wil
cox and D. 11. Hitchco k.
The CoiiMiiitiou adjourned nl 12
o'clock till It) o'clock to-morrow
By Jas. F. Morgan.
Regular Cash Sale
TO-MOKItfVW, .J nut. 1t,
AT III O'CLOCK A. M
A.T MY SALiBSROOM
will -fll m I'nlillu Auction a liiru'-fts-
Trial. Pcuhim, Willie mill II row u t'oltoii",
llres Hoods, million, Kte,, hie.
Also, an ii"orltiiint of
Household -:- Furniture
Oak und It W Mdulioaril link Dining-room
liililn, oak l enter Tabic,
Oak Cliulm mill liockcr. Iron llml
HteuilN, Kte,, Kte,
BRITISH BENEVOLENT 800IETV.
MIK ANM'AI. MI'XTINU !' TIIK
llHITIHII HlMollM .noi ii n ill be
held ttt the Y. M.I A. on 'I II I'llhDA V
KVKNINO, M llHt lit o'clock,
rpill. AD.IiilHIM:D Wl'AUnilll.S
X Mrcllnn of tin I'mon Iciiil'o,
(1d), will be held nt the i'i'iiiiiun
Ollliu, on .MONDAY, the Itli nr,.x. it
tUt.HU o'olook a. l. I'. it. YIDA,
K'erulary Union IVed Co., I. d
Honolulu, Muj'JI. IS'Jl. 1017-31
ton would hnvo been tho unanimous . Cm Hong. r,uii.) umuin in possos
nominooof that party for tho vacant won. Appeal from Hnna.
seal iu the Advisory Council. Provisional Government, H. L vs.
Minister Damon considered it was . Ah Lo. (Ch.) Opium in possession,
unfair to iutroduco Mr. ThurstonV , Appeal from Lahaiun.
personality into tho discussion.) Provisional Government, U. 1. vs.
Tlw.r, -,r. r,iiilnr ,vnv. f.ir .rollillff All SillL'. (Cl.) Ot) tlllt ill DOSSCSSiOll.
i imunt w&imform'mm!&'MmmtiivmmmmammmmMmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
Oourt, Socond Circuit, Ha
wilt I an Islands.
HAWAIIAN JfnY, CRIMINAL CASKS.
Provisional Govern ment. 11. 1. vs.
Mnhial, (k.) Violation Board of
Health laws. Appeal from Molokai.
Provisional Government H. I. vs.
Knmaka, (w.) and Kealalaiua. Vio
lation Board of Health laws.
Provisional Government, H. I. vs.
Xaeolo (k.) Larceny of pigs. Ap
ueal from Mnkawao.
Provisional Government, H. 1. vs.
upuillll rtnuinpo ei at. larceny in
Kins. Anneal from Mnkawno.
Pnivisional Government, H
Sam'l Pupiihi (k) and Hana
wole (w.) Atlullery. Appeal
, I. vs.
Provisional Government, vs
Lake. Larceny lid degree.
milted from Wnllukii. in
Provisional Goverumetit, 11. I. vs.
llihune Hoopai. Hnpe. Committed
Provisional Government, II. I. vs.
Lehtintk.) Liquor selling. Appeal
FOI1EION JCIlV, CRIMINAL CASES.
ProvUioual Governuiout. H. 1. vs.
Sakie Toktiji, (Jap.) Malicious burn
ing. Committed from Lahnina.
Provisional Governuiout. H. 1. vs.
Awaun, (Ch.) Solliug pyrk without
, license. Apiienl from liana.
Provisional Govornment, 11. 1. vs.
,. .... -,
Appeal from liana,
Provisional Govoniinetit, II. 1. VS.
Lin Hoon alias All Ftion. Extortion.
'ituititiMiiil friin f iilntt
Coinnntted from .Maltnwao
Provisional Uovernmetit, II. I. vs.
AhSeeetal. Gaming. Appeal from
Provisional Government, 11. 1. vs.
Tong Sing. (Ch.) Selling opium.
Appeal from Lahnina.
Provisional Government, fl. I. vs.
Mohigimn (Jap.) Larceny 4th de
gree. Appeal from liana.
Provisional Government, H. I. vs.
Ah Sin and Ah Chum, (Ch.) Con
spiracy 'd degree. Committed from
Provisional Government, II. 1. vs.
12. Wilhelm. Larceny of pig. Ap
peal from Mnkawao.
Provisional Government, II. 1. vs.
Ah Unw, 'Ch.) Ginning. Appeal
Provisional Government, II. I. vs.
Ah Gee, (Ch.) Opium in possession.
Appeal from Wailiiku.
Provisional Government, H. I. vs.
Akoni and Lay Sen. (Ch.) Ilurglary.
Committed from Wallukti.
Provinional Government. II. I. vs.
M. G. McLean. Assault and battery.
Appeal from Wnilukii.
HAWAII N ,lflt, CIVIL UAHUS.
Antono Sylva vs. .1. Knnitihelo et
nl. Assumpsit. Appeal from Wni
lukii. liana Nawela, (w.) vs. Koltela
Lyoiir. et al. Aiumpil. Appeal
I). N. Knnikala s. J. Kt kukahiko.
Assumpsit. Appeal from Homianla
.1. II. Mnlioe, Tax Collector vs.
Knwai'iiui, (k.) Non-pavment tuxes,
li-'.):l. Appeal from Mofokni.
.). II. Mnlioe, Tax Collector vs.
Kalaua, (k.) Non-payment taxes,
IS'.l.'l Appeal from Molokai.
.1. II. Mahoe, Tax Collector vs.
Kiohiiiu, (k.) Non-payment taxes,
IttKl. Appeal from Molokai.
J. II. Mnlioe, Tax Collector vs. .loo
Lidii, (k.) Non-pavment taxes, 1811.').
Appeal from Molokai.
.1. 11. Mnlioe, Tnx Collector vs. Ki
olea, (k.) Non-payment taxes, IH'.KI.
Appeal from Molokai.
.1. ii. Mnlioe, Tax Collector vs.
David .Jo.io. Non-payment taxes,
lrt'.KJ. Appeal from Molokai.
J. II. Mahoe. Tax Collector vs. Ke-
kahuna Kaulike, (k.) Non-payment
taxes, 189,'). Appeal from Molokai.
J. 11. Mahoe, Tax Collector vs. T.
! S. Nahitiu, (It.) Nou payment taxes,
l.s'J.I. Appeal from .uololtni.
I. II. Mahoe, Tax Collector vs.
Kahalchunn, (k.) Nou-paymeut
tnxos, ISiUI Appeal from Molokai.
J. II. Mahoe, Tax Collector vs.
Hiiiliui, (k.) Nou-paymunt taxes,
IMI3. Anneal from Molokai.
Alien K. Ayers vs. W. Mahuka.
Breach of promise of marriage. Ma
goon and Kinney for plniutilf.
I fOllllinX JL'ltV CIVIL CAl'SRS.
I Hymnii Drothers vs. J. K. Zablan.
As-iiimpsil. Appeal from Lahaiun.
j Awann, (Cli.) vs. Joso do Froitas.
' Damages. Appeal from Makawao.
lli:il JL'll, CIVII. CAt'SUS.
D. Kaiiudii vs. Win. P. Poguo.
I Damngos. Appeal from Mnkawao.
1 Kealohaiiiii, (w.) sv. Ah Loi, (Ch.)
1 Itoplovin. Appeal from Wnilukii.
J. Dudoit vs. Kelcuaiiui et al.
Damages. Appeal from Molokai.
Aiuo, (Ch.) vs. Charles SalTery.
Assumpsit. Appeal from Wnilukii.
Paia Plantation vs. John Molani.
Assumpsit. Appeal from Mnkawao.
Mauliola vs. W. K. Hutchinson.
Illegal impounding. Appeal from
w.viven Ji'n ciif-i,
H. Lililehuu vs. 11. Ii. Hikikoki.
i Illegal impounding. Appeal from
i Maiy Ann Lee vs. .loin M Leo.
! Divorce. V. V. Ashford for libel-
Loiiiniana Henry vs. Charles Uiua.
Auiiulmont of marriage.
M. C. Boss, ,lr. vs. Mary Uos.
Divorce. Juojj.jiichnrdson for libelee.
Hood's aud Only Hood's.
Hood's Snrsaparilla is carefully
prepared from Sar-aparilla, Dande
lion, Mandrake, Dock, Pipjissown,
luuiper berries ami other well
known remedies, by a peculiar com
bination, proportion nutl process,
giving to Hood's Sanaparilla cura
tiui iiowers not posofod by other
medicines. It elfeets remarkable
cures when other prepatations fail.
lloodV Pills cine biliousness
Mtehauics' Home, comer Motel
and Nuiiauu street. Lodging by
day, week or mouth Terms; '2,'i ami
50 cents per night j $1 and Vl.2ii per
TERM, 1894. fTnnrrmnn Rnnrlrrrnnn fin T rl I
Saturday, May SO, 1894.
If the Government has sent
a representative to Johntson
Island to hoist the Hawaiian
Flag he will find he had been
preceded several years not ,
only by the British but by the
United States. Years ago an '
enterprising American, "a ,
by the name of John-,
ston," hoisted "Old Glory" on
the Island and reported the '
fact to the State Department.
This was so long ago as to be
forp-otten when the commander
of the "Champion" was ordered,
to go there two years ago and
hoist the 11.ig of Great Britain.
Nearly everyone remembers ,
rim rnrrncnnnrlprirr. nnhlicliPrl I
: correspondence published I
having passed between the
United States and England
and the Hawaiian Government.
If our memory serves us as it
did in ante-bellum days it was
settled that if for any reason
England should want to use
the island for a cable station it
had permission to do so and
the same privilege was held by
the United States. lust what
complications may arise from '
this governments taking a
slice out of the Johnston pie no i
one can say. Turn about is
fair play and the Executive at
the "big house on King street"
may spring the Monroe Doc-'
trine on the people at Wash
ington and Downing street.
Nothing definite will be known
of the mission until the "Iwa
lani" or the "Champion" re
turns. In the meantime keep ,
your eye on our Bean Pots,
direct from Boston, and gua-,
ranteed to cook beans about
as well as you can get them in
We have a lot of Wire '
Screens for windows that we
are willing to sacrifice to free
the rooms of Honolulu from ,
mosquitoes, or at least de
crease the number. These
screens are sliding so that they
will fit any window. We have,
also, frames upon which you
may tack wire netting for the
same purpose. These are
made to slide and to fit almost
any size window. They are
well finished and will be sold ,
Prohibition and woman's suf
frage seem to lock arms in
most communities and Hawaii
is not an exception. It has
never been demonstrated any
where that the right of suffrage j
granted to women has ever ,
led up to demoralization or
crime. Wherever it has been
withdrawn it has been on
the ground that it was un
constitutional. Women are '
like men, and have been since
the Garden of Eden episode.
Let them know they cannot
have a certain thing and they ,
turn the world upside down,
to get it; tell them it's free and
they will turn their noses up at
the bare suggestion. It will
be the same with the voting
privilege, let the women have '
it and at the first election per-!
haps three fourths of the eligi
ble females will exercise their
right and at the next election
the number will dwindle out of
sight. As to prohibition, no
intelligent man believes it pro-
L.lMtf-. !.!. Cl...l. nltllln, tk
niuiia, limy anility uujtl.1. iu ,
licensing evils. Has the law j
forbidding the use of opium '
decreased the evil? A refer-'
ence to the police court records I
will show that it has not, while ,
the receipts at the Custom
House have not been aug-
mented, nor the government
recompensed by the increased
amounts collected or fines
worked out. The average
drinker in Honolulu and else
where on the group believes
in temperance, and he prac
tices it. There are some few, of
course, who will take a "fid" at
every opportunity. You can see
some of them every day soaked
full of bitterness and wrapped
up in red flannel remorse.
As men they are depressing
failures; as specimens of rum
soaked ruins they are tropical
triumphs. They call their
habit an inherited gift, but in
stead of wrapping it in a nap
kin they use a water-soaked
towel. Their thirst began on a
three per-cent basis and high
license has developed it into
something that a Kentuckian
would travel miles to see. By
the way, our $4.00 Cocktail
Mixers are immense,
I Prom a large und varied stock the undersigned would draw
S particular attention to the following :
Comprising California Hay, Barley, Rolled Barley, Bran,
Middlings, Onts, Corn,
j rn nd(lition to our U8ua, gtock of are
!r vnDi,:Me n.. r..u ..a tiij -di-..
Th8C fre cach pofa88(.88cd of 'strong feeding properties and
nrc well worth X by all interested in stock.
".' '" ' "'"'.
Royal and "Cleveland" Baking Powders!
Xo. I always In itouk at lowest mar
,1s. Ss, IOi per bale.
Liverpool Conrie, 1121b. Imki.
English Dairy, SO lb. bags.
HOCK SA IT -
HAM, UACOS, CHEESE
Morton' English Oroceriei,
Cross St BlaokweU'a English Orocerloa,
Llbby, McNeil ft Libby'a Canned ICeta,
Richardson A Bobbin's Canned
Ho, Table and Dried.
li and 10 lb. boxei,
A large rurlety.
Plantation Supplies. Hardware, Dry Goods,
AI.WAYH OS HANI)
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
Benson, Smith & Go.
WILL REMOVE TO THE
(former!) occupied by tint "Temple of Kaiblon")
PER S. S. "QAELIO."
HOLLISTBR &c CO.
Have made another Large Importation of
BnuxU nl LA COXSTANCIA awl EL COMETA
For Sale in Bond or Dnly Paid,
! California Fruit Market.
Corner King ,V Alakt-a HtM,
llj Kvrry htvunmr from Ban Fran
Fresh Fruit, Oysters,
A. R. ROWAT, D. V. S.,
IIn rcNiimi'it I'artlccnt lil
Infirmary, 205 King St.,
Wlinrn lid will lie idtmiMl to unci nil of
tlioo ri'iiilriiiK hi htvIit.
W No piliiN Inivu hrn Hpurril in 111
tiiiKi.nl thit Inlirmiiry, making It ciml to
any and tnixirliir to miiiiy liistliiitiunt of
tlm mimu kind In larger I'itlvn. I'hurKU
Bell Tele. 00.
"l" " V""!
Barrels and Halt Barrets.
"Pioneer," Kolgcr'i In tint and ir.
A choice vurlety of leading brands.
& "Star" Kerosene
nrockerv. Fornitori), Etc, Etc.
of Shapes and Sizes.
Cor. Fort & Merchant Streets,
HAH TAKUN A 8T0KK
Under the Arlington,
Whom, hereafter, the Stock
will be cloned out at . . .
Very Low Prices.
1A.M I'llKI'AUKI) TO I'AINT VOUIl
l'liotogrupli In Water Colon or the
IUmko Oil 1'aintino to onler.
l.t'Hsoiia glvun In Flower fainting In Oil,
and Photograph I'niiitiiig in Water Colon,.
Uavo nil ordom lit Studio, Aloha l'lioto.
graph Clnllcry, Fort itrmt.
IV Look ut the Humple In Paul lie
lliinlwnie Company' window.
1011-tf W. 11. AHH.
All kimli of Gomvuroial Mutiny
promjjfiy executed nt Jov ralei at tht